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19 Casual Dining Restaurants We Recommend at Walt Disney World

Corn on the Cob

Snacks

Harambe Fruit Market

This fruit cart serves up fresh snacks to enjoy on the go. However, this stand makes the list because of the hot and delicious grilled corn on the cob. At around five dollars per ear, this is perhaps my all-time favorite Disney park snack, it’s that good folks! Do not miss a chance to enjoy one of these during your visit to Animal Kingdom.

Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill

Hurricaine Hanna's Pool Bar
Hurricaine Hanna's Pool Bar

Located at the Yacht Club side of Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club pool, this pool bar hits the spot during a long day of waterslide riding and deck side lounging. Sea salted edamame and fries with an old bay aioli sauce are unique to this eatery and so delicious.

Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory

Sassagoula

Located at Port Orleans French Quarter, this counter service dining spot makes the list for a must try specialty item. The hot sugary beignets at this resort are some of the best you will find outside New Orleans. Enjoy them for breakfast or a sweet snack.

Kat Saka’s Kettle

One of the newest casual dining snack stops at Walt Disney World, this eatery is located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Serving up fun and colorful sweet and spicy popcorn, Kat Saka’s is a must visit for Hollywood Studios guests.

Friar’s Nook

Pop into this Fantasyland snack spot to taste loaded tater tots with all sorts of toppings. Loaded buffalo chicken tots are awesome as are the loaded bacon mac and cheese tots. Guests can also purchase mac and cheese bowls if they are looking to stick to a simpler snack.




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